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Tranquility as a tourist attraction | From the shooter to the city | Culture

Signage in the streets of Bilbao.Fernando Domingo-Aldama Alfonso Gil Ibernón, mobility councilor of the Bilbao city council explains that cities mutated before the covid. Since 2000, the space that was given to the car for decades has been questioned. “Everything that produces the combustion of gasoline is harmful: beyond polluting, traffic noise generates heart disease […]

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A space that opens your eyes | From the shooter to the city | Culture

Interior of the lobby of the Madrid Ocular Microsurgery Institute.: Miguel de Guzmán / Subliminal Image It can be built with light. Doing it for an eye clinic requires extraordinary ingenuity. Gon Architects sign this feat north of Madrid. This is a spatial design that, however, appears graphic. A graphic that touches the user. The […]

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This is the first house made entirely of earth by a 3D printer | From the shooter to the city | Culture

TECLA is the invisible city of Italo Calvino that never finishes defining itself, it is the city that is condemned to change shape and, therefore, it is any current metropolis. That is why the architect Mario Cucinella (Palermo, 1960) has named this adobe house prototype materialized with a 3D printer and built in Massa Lombarda, […]

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The mountain makes the house | From the shooter to the city

Most rehabilitated by Josep Lluís Mateo in La Garrotxa (Girona).Adrià Goula Mas —The name that in Catalonia, Valencia and in part of Aragon receive agricultural holdings, their housing and neighboring farmhouses — derives from Latin mansus what does it mean stay. Just that, staying for three centuries in the landscape is what made this house […]

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24 hours of health, almost zero energy consumption | From the shooter to the city

Facade of the Health Center in Lodosa (Navarra) designed by Varquitectos.Varquitectos This is an exercise in self-correction, learning, and growth. It was 2008 when the study VArquitectos won a competition to build a Health Center in Lodosa, Navarra. Eight years later, when it was finally possible to start construction, it was necessary to adapt that […]

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A garden cares for those who care for it | From the shooter to the city

Arboretum de la Vallée-aux-Loups in the Hautes-de-Seine, one of Marco Martella’s favorites. A garden cares for the one who cares for it. Any gardener feels it when he ends up not knowing if he is doing his job for the welfare of his trees or for his own. There are many psychoanalysts, and gardeners, who […]

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Neither servers nor served | Blog From the shooter to the city

Neither servers nor servants, in these public houses built in Cornellá all the spaces are at the service of the tenant. You enter through a courtyard that is a square open to the city during the day. Each corner has a wooden staircase: it is the entrance to the apartments from the terrace, as a […]

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The city of those who are no longer | Blog From the shooter to the city

On February 27, the window of the Hegoa gallery, at 16 rue de Beaune in Paris woke up with the intimacy of one of the illustrious residents of the neighborhood exhibited in the window. Serge Gainsbourg, skinny in his mouth, dries his daughter Kate with a huge white towel. They are sitting on the edge […]

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Poverty and wealth of ceramics | Blog From the shooter to the city

This house is made by hand. Literally brick by brick. As if there was no technology to lift it in another way or as if it did not matter. Doing so, the old-fashioned —or the eternal—, has had a cost of 1,200 euros per square meter. And it has allowed spending more on labor than […]

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Leaving home | Blog From the shooter to the city

It would be very difficult to summarize the relationship with home better than Vivian Gornick: “If you don’t leave home you suffocate, if you go too far you lack oxygen.” But in his highly recommended last novel, The only child (Anagram), Guadalupe Nettel manages to explain the breadth of meanings that the concept of home […]

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